The latest release from Distributed Proofreaders built from images in our Digital Library is another Mrs. Alex. McVeigh Miller novel, Laurel Vane; or, The Girls’ Conspiracy. This is one of Mrs. Miller’s less over-the-top works, but that is not to say that it isn’t thoroughly melodramatic.
The Laurel Vane of the novel’s title is a young orphan whose life changes dramatically when she agrees to impersonate a wealthier girl in order to enable that girl’s elopement. In true story paper fashion, there’s a lot of angst and romance (and a bit of murder) before the tale is done.
The entire book may be read online (or downloaded in various electronic formats) at Project Gutenberg.
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